Curriculum Vita for Dr. Wanda (Marley) Guidry

Name:  Wanda (Marley) Guidry         Email:
Work Address:  1616 Miramont Drive    Ft. Collins, CO 80524        
Tel.: 970-619-0729 Fax: 970-689-3947

Institution Dates Specialties Degree
Colorado State University 1992-1997 Physiology Ph.D.
University of Kansas 1989-1990 Anesthesia, Toxicology M.S.
Mayo Clinic 1980-1982 Anesthesia C.R.N.A.
University of South Alabama 1978-1980 Nursing B.S.N.
Georgia Baptist Hospital, School of Nursing 1974-1977 Nursing R.N.



Dates Specialties Title
Rocky Mountain Medical Legal Consultation, Inc.  9/06 - Toxicology, Physiology, Pharmacology Owner

Rocky Mountain Laboratories

1/05 – 8/06 Toxicology, Physiology, Pharmacology Consultant, Expert Witness
Colorado State University 2000-2004 Physiology, Pharmacology Assistant Professor

Colorado State University

1998-2000 Cardiopulmonary Physiology, Pharmacology Instructor
Colorado State University 1997-2000 Research Post-doc
Colorado State University 1992-1997 Physiology Res. Assoc.
Colorado State University 1995 Physiology Instructor
Poudre Valley Hospital 1982-1994 Anesthesia CRNA

Univ. S. Alabama Med. Ctr.


Emergency, MICU, SICU

Humana Hospital                         1977-1980 ICU, Float RN
Renal, pulmonary, and cardiovascular pathophysiology, pharmacology, nursing, anesthesia, forensic toxicology.   


    1. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
      • 20 years of professional nursing experience, caring for hundreds of patients with GERD
      • 11 years of clinical anesthesia delivery, customized scores of patients with GERD and/or having surgical correction of pathologies contributing to GERD
      • 7 years of doctoral studies, with 3 months focus on gastroenterology, enteric and myogenic and ion-channel control of gastrointestinal tract, and pharmacological management with prokinetics, H2 receptor antagonists, proton pump inhibitors, antacids, and gastric-specific cytoprotective prostaglandins
      • 7 years of teaching pharmacology (including gastrointestinal) to undergraduate/graduate students at CSU
    2. Evidentiary Breath Alcohol Testing
      • Certified Evidentiary Breath Alcohol Technician for Intoxilyzer models 5000, 5000EN, S-D2, S-D5 and 400
      • Certification earned from Industrial Training and Design, LTD, in accordance with U.S. DOT CFR 49 Part 40
      • Hands-on experience administering intoxilyzer tests; "gutting" and reassembling machine
      • Over 4 years of experience reviewing Evidentiary Results from Intoxilyzer 5000EN, Datamaster, EC/IR
      • Over 4 years of experience writing scientific affidavits specific for clients with GI anomalies and other conditions that interfere with accuracy of BrAC analyses
    3. Absorption Spectrometry
      • 7 years of experience with spectral analysis, measuring biological samples and interpreting data for both ultraviolet (DNA, RNA) and infrared (plasma volumes, ethanol, other chemicals) wavelengths of absorption
    4. Toxicology of Ethanol Instruction
      • Taught undergraduate, graduate and veterinary students pharmacology and toxicology of ethanol for 7 years after completing PhD; included pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, physiology, psychological and pathophysiological effects

Advanced Practice Registry of the Colorado Board of Nursing, American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA); American Physiological Society, Society of Forensic Toxicologists.

1997 Summa Cum Laude, Ph.D. in Physiology
1994 Passed Comprehensive Preliminary Examination for Ph.D. with Distinction; Colorado State University
1980 Honor Society of Nursing, University of South Alabama
1978-80 Presidential Scholar, University of South Alabama
1977 Outstanding Service Award, Georgia Baptist Hospital School of Nursing (GBH)
1974-77 Honor Society, GBH
1974-77 Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, GBH

Date Institution Title
2008 Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of Ethanol
2006 Lorman Continuing Legal Education Driving Under the Influence of Drugs
2005 Denver Defense Attorneys Toxicology Issues
1991 Centennial Health Education Perioperative Pharmacology Update
1991 Mosby Yearbook, Inc. Pharmacology Update
1990        AANA The Presence of Fentanyl in Colostrum after an Analgesic Dose

1996 American Society of Nephrology Intrarenal Expression of Angiotensinogen cDNA Initiates Hypertension in Unilaterally Nephrectomized Rats
1995 Experimental Biology Isolated Unilateral Renal Transfection Via Direct Renal Artery Injection

Contribution of Angiotensinogen to Abdominal-Fat Related Hypertension and Nephropathy. American Heart Association. Desert Mountain Affiliate.2001-2003. Role: PI. Not funded.
Hypertension in rats with kidneys containing angiotensinogen transgenes.  American Heart Association of Colorado.  1996-1997.  Role: Research Associate.  Funded.
Uteroplacental expression of the M235T variant for angiotensinogen: A key link to preeclamptic hypertension?  American Heart Association of Colorado.  1996.  Ratings: Above average, not funded.
Intrarenal expression of the M235T variant for angiotensinogen: A key link to essential hypertension?  American Heart Association of Colorado.  1995.  Ratings: Above average, not funded.
Modulation of the renin-angiotensin system and orthostatic tolerance.  NASA.  1993-1995. Not funded.
Intrarenal angiotensinogen and urinary sodium excretion. Colorado State University College Research Council. 1992-1996. Funded.


Schoenfeld-Tacher, R.; Bright J.M., McConnell S.; Marley W.S.. Kogan L.R.. 2005.  The effect of web-based technology on small group “Problem-based learning” in a professional veterinary medical program-a case study. J. Veterinary Med. Education. 32(1):86-91.

Dewit M., Marley W.S., Graham J.K.  2000. Fertilizing potential of mouse spermatozoa cryopreserved in a medium containing whole eggs.  Cryobiology 40:36-45.
Marley W.S., Wilke W.L., Bowen R.A. 2000. Hypertension in unilaterally nephrectomized rats induced by single kidney transfection with angiotensinogen cDNA.  Kid. Blood Press. Res. 23:42-48.
Marley W.S., Wilke W.L., Bowen R.A. 1999.  Selective gene transfer into cortical proximal tubules via direct renal artery injection.  Res. Comm. Molec. Path. Pharm. 103:29-36.
Marley W.S., Wilke W.L., Bowen R., Gotshall R. 1996.  Hypertension in rats induced by single kidney transfection with angiotensinogen cDNA. J. Am. Soc.  Nephrol. 7(9):1537 (Abstract).
Marley W., Wilke L., Bowen R. 1995.  Isolated unilateral renal transfection via direct renal artery injection. FASEB 9(3):597 (Abstract).
Wilke W.L., Marley W.S., Gotshall R.W.  1994.  Preconditioning with sodium deficits to improve orthostatic tolerance in rats.  Aviat. Space Environ. Med. 66(8):757-762.
Wilke W.L., Marley W.S. 1994.  Dietary sodium and urinary renin and angiotensinogen in rats.  J. Am. Soc. Nephrol. 5:597 (Abstract).
Marley, W. 1993.  AANA Journal Course: Update for nurse anesthetists-Essential hypertension, anesthesia, and the kidney.  AANA Journal 61(6):597-604.
Steer P.L., Biddle C., Marley W.S., Lantz R.K., Sulik P.L. 1992. Concentration of fentanyl in colostrum after an analgesic dose. Can. J. Anaesth. 39(3):231-235.
Marley, W. 1991. AANA Journal Course: New technologies in anesthesia: Clonidine: An established drug with futuristic implications.  AANA Journal 59(2):161-170.


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